10 Adorably Easy Bunny Makeup Ideas for Halloween

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Coming up with a Halloween costume each year can be tough—made even tougher by the hair and makeup aspect. Those parts can take hours and are often super complicated to pull off, but there are plenty of options for those who can't spend as much time working it all out. Enter bunny makeup: It's adorable, often uncomplicated, and can take so many different forms. 

Instead of having to figure it all out yourself, we did a little research and rounded up our favorite options. Below, find 10 different iterations of bunny makeup, as well as the products you need to recreate each look—then, all you'll have to do is hop around all night and eat candy. 

The Easter Bunny

If it's the Easter Bunny look you're after—a little less scary and a bit more adorable—you can still make it extra. Opt for a wide eye pencil like the NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk ($6), and use your favorite kohl black liner for the details. 

The Playboy Bunny

Woman wears Playboy bunny ears, tie, and costume and subtle, radiant makeup


You can keep things a bit simpler for this look, going for your favorite highlighter and blush for a natural-looking glow. We suggest Becca's cult-favorite Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Highlighter in Champagne Pop ($40) and Tarte's Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush ($29).

The Blue Bunny

We love this colorful take on the traditional bunny costume. Vibrant pops of blue are the key to pulling off this look. Our go-to is the Huda Beauty Obsessions Eyeshadow Palette in Sapphire ($27).

The Garden Bunny

Woman wears a gray, pink, white, and gold bunny makeup look with gray ears and floral headpiece


If you're looking for a more sophisticated, garden party–esque bunny costume, try this. Fashion a flower crown out of some blooms and invest in a good, noncomedogenic white face paint. We suggest Go Green's Face Paint in Classic ($22) because it's certified organic, hypoallergenic, and all-natural.

The Iconic Jessica Rabbit

Ashley Graham wears a Jessica Rabbit Halloween costume with purple eyeshadow and red lipstick


Perhaps my favorite of the bunch is the iconic Jessica Rabbit. To pull it off, go big on the sculpting (we like Charlotte Tilbury's Filmstar, $68) and some purple shadow (like Huda Beauty's Haze Obsessions Eyeshadow Palette in Purple, $29).

The Beanie Baby Bunny

Creator wears a purple, yellow, and pink Beanie Baby bunny makeup look with ears and colored hair


This pastel-version of the traditional bunny costume will surely garner attention quickly. Our go-to for Jordan Almond-colored face paint is the TAG Pastel Face Paint Palette ($24).

The Anime Rabbit

Makeup artist wears an anime Easter Bunny makeup look


This cartoon-esque rabbit makeup is all about the details, so we suggest using chubbies as opposed to paint so outlining and filling in is a breeze. Try the Splashes and Spills UV Face and Body Paint Sticks ($26).

The Space Jam Lola Bunny

Dressing up as Bugs Bunny's girlfriend is the ultimate throwback costume. To complete the look, you'll need a large scrunchie and luscious lashes, like the Lash Star Visionary Lashes 006 ($28).

The Glam Bunny

Model wears glam bunny makeup look with pink glitter eyeshadow


If rabbit ears are too plain Jane for you, dab some glitter on your lids and make it glam. Opt for large-chunk glitter like the Coloupop Get Lucky Glitter Gel Mini Kit ($12) for mega-shine.

The Minimalistic Bunny

Model wears minimalist bunny feature makeup and smoky eye


This is a go-to when you need a costume in a hurry. Just grab your black eyeliner, shadow, and some stick-on jewels like the Urban Outfitters UO Easy Peasy Face Gems ($6) and you're ready to party.

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